- Earth Hour
- In its seventh year, Earth Hour began in Sydney, Australia and has grown to a global movement observed in over 150 countries and territories. Every year the City of Winnipeg joins this global campaign to raise awareness for environmental issues and contemplate the most important thing we have in common - our planet – by turning our lights out from 8:30 - 9:30 pm on Saturday, March 25 in solidarity with the international community.
- Earth Day
- Earth Day is an annual event celebrated worldwide on April 22 whereby various events are held to demonstrate support for environmental protection. First celebrated in 1970, Earth Day events in more than 193 countries are now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network. Check out a list of local events happening in Winnipeg for this year’s Earth Day
- Commuter Challenge
- The Commuter Challenge is a week-long event during Canadian Environment Week (June 4-10, 2017) that doubles as a friendly competition between Canadian cities and workplaces to encourage Canadians to leave their cars at home, instead promoting [and rewarding] alternative modes of transportation to-and-from work, such as walking, cycling, carpooling/ride-sharing, taking transit and telecommuting!
- Bike to Work Day
- Bike Week is a week-long celebration of people riding bicycles. It’s for everyone! Whether you ride for recreation, fitness, transportation, sport, or just for fun, if you enjoying riding a bike, then Bike Week is for you! June 17-23, 2017 will mark the 4th annual Bike Week Winnipeg and the 10th anniversary of the first Bike to Work Day in Winnipeg. They will be hosting group rides, workshops, and leisure and cultural events that encourage all Winnipeggers to get on their bikes and ride. Events will be held in every corner of the city, so be on the lookout!
Last update: September 21, 2017